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Rhyl School Holiday Clubs for Little Adventurers

G2G Communities Rhyl Clubs

Do you have a child that likes LEGO or Minecraft? Are they a budding animator? Do they love robotics? Maybe they’re a young Indiana Jones in the making and enjoy exploration – then don’t fear, as G2G is here, we have something for everyone. We are running clubs on Tuesday 31st May, Wednesday & Thursday 1st & 2nd of June in our …

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Project JUNO 25th Anniversary

British Juno

The 18th of May will mark 25 years since the first British born citizen blasted off into space Watch the CNN archive footage below of the First British Astronaut Helen Sharman fly to Mir Space Station in May 1991. In 1989 Sheffield born Helen Sharman a food technologist at Mars Incorporated entered a competition to become the first British person in space. …

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Train like an Astronaut

London Marathon LOGO

Tim Peak runs the London Marathon in Space At 10am on the 24th of April Tim Peake ran the Virgin Money London Marathon, for the Princes Trust. Running the 26.2 miles (42.2 Km) on a virtual course set up on the International Space Station, he ran alongside Team Astronaut, an Earth based group made up of staff from the UK Space agency and the …

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Rhyl Clubs During Easter

G2G Communities Rhyl Clubs

Over the School holidays during Easter we ran several of our Rhyl Clubs at our learning centre the LEGO Education Innovation Centre in the Bee & Station Business Centre. Watch out for our Summer Clubs, get advance information about events by subscribing to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook/G2GCommunitiesCIC. Did your child enjoy the club? We do our utmost …

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Caernarfon Castle Easter Workshops

Caernarfon Castle Easter Workshops

We hope you enjoyed the Create with Cadw Caernarfon Castle Easter Workshops with us. We built Caernarfon Castle using 3,500 LEGO bricks, constructed the castle in Minecraft and did some stop motion animation using LEGO and our iPad’s. Don’t miss the chance to take part in one of our future events, sign up to our newsletter or follow us on Facebook/G2GCommunitiesCIC. Caernarfon Castle Easter Workshop Photographs …

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Black holes and Gravitational Waves

LIGO facility

The sound of two black holes approaching one another and then becoming one 100 years ago, Einstein published a paper called “Näherungsweise Integration der Feldgleichungen der Gravitation” (Approximative Integration of the Field Equations of Gravitation -English Translation) in which Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves. Einstein’s theories state that nothing can go faster than light, not even forces and that Gravity …

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All SySTEMs Go Logo Competition

Learn about Space

The Competition – A Creative Launch! Win some great prizes for you, your pupils and your School, design the All SySTEMs Go Logo. We are looking for creative, imaginative designs inspired about Space, Wales, LEGO, Science/Technology. You can work by yourself, with a friend or as a group. The only thing we ask is that the logo must contain the project …

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Rocket Assembly

Lego Rocket Crane and Soyuz rocket

America and Russia have very different ways of building rockets In America NASA’s VAB (Formerly Vertical Assembly Building, now Vehicle Assembly Building) rockets are assembled vertically, the benefits of this are that the rocket can be made lighter, as it only has to take off and not be lifted up by a crane. One negative of this is that the …

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ExoMars Takes Off

TGO Simulation

On the 11th of March 2016 the Proton Rocket, that will lift the first ExoMars Satellite and lander from the Earth and transport to Mars, was taken to the launch site in Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan is a large country south of Russia which has been the best place for Russian and European space launches since the very first rocket Sputnik in 1957, …

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Tim Peake and Principia

The Soyuz spacecraft approaches the International Space Station

How did Tim Peake become an Astronaut? In 2008 the European Space Agency (ESA), put out an ad for six jobs as an Astronaut, for the first time since 1992 British people were allowed to apply. Across Europe and the UK over 8,000 people applied for the position. If you want to become an Astronaut with ESA, have a look at their …

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